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comment What inspired the D&D version of the Rakshasa?
I think that's great -- I'd love to know the hands thing as much as the next person!
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comment How to introduce a pen-and-paper RPG to family?
Just think carefully about whether "a glorious heap of jealousy, murder, and recrimination" is something your family would actually enjoy. I love RPGs and I love clever ideas, but a game like Fiasco may be too dark for a casual introduction to unsuspecting family members.
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comment Acting role vs Player personality
Is there an easier way to explain this concept? I grasp the points you're driving at, but I've also got 20+ years of experience with RPGs. Is there a way to break this "stance" concept down into a couple of new-player-friendly paragraphs?
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comment How do you generate reasonable prices for goods and services not listed in the PHB?
I've never had any complaints. I also haven't advertised this system to my players. They ask "How much for an adult goat?" -- heaven only knows why they need a goat -- and I frown and roll a couple dice and say "It'll be 23 copper." If you present it as Just The Way Things Work, players usually go along with it.